Manor House Apartments Holiday Traditions

Manor House Apartments Holiday Traditions December is that time of the year when families look forward to holiday traditions. Jess Menard, Manager at Manor House Apartments, loves her hometown tree lighting ceremony.

Every year her little town of Columbia gathers together at the Locus Street Park to light up an enormous pine tree. Neighbors sip hot chocolate and eat cookies while listening to local school children singing carols. Lyrics are passed so that everyone can join in the singing. Not only is it something the whole family can enjoy, but for Jessica and the town of Columbia, it has become one of their greatest holiday traditions.

Have you visited Beau’s Dream Dog Park?

Manor House ApartmentsWhile Manor House offers a beautiful 23 acre community for our four-legged friends to explore, we are lucky to be a few minutes from Beau’s Dream at Buchanan Park, one of the just three dog parks parks in the country built by Beneful’s Dream Team of DIY network star Jason Cameron, pet expert Arden Moore and Interior Design Star Nate Berkus.

Lancaster resident Angela and her dog Beau won the Beneful Dream Dog Park contest which gave a $500,000 makeover to Buchanan Dog Park. Opened in 2013, the area features a small and large dog area, both with splash pads – a doxi tunnel on the small dog side, and a tennis ball tree that launches tennis balls on the large dog side.

What a great way to beat the summer heat! If you haven’t treated your fur baby to a day at the park, grab the leash and enjoy this Lancaster City Park treasure today.




56th Annual Harvest Days

PumpkinCelebrate Fall at Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum, October 10th & 11th

Come for family-oriented demos, exhibits, live music & activities, as well as horse-drawn wagon rides and a children’s discovery tent. Watch apples become apple butter and taste a cider float with fresh churned ice cream. Witness wool go from sheep to shawl. Pick your very own pumpkin and then decorate it. Watch plowing demonstrations. Fun for the whole family!

Washington Post ranks McCaskey among state’s “most challenging” schools

McCaskey High School in the School District of Lancaster ranked 20th on the listing (via the Washington Post) of the most rigorous high schools in Pennsylvania.

No other Lancaster County schools made the list. The nearest school that did was Lower Dauphin High School in Hummelstown.

The Washington Post created its list by dividing the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education exams given at a school in 2013 by the number of graduating seniors.

Read the original article here.

South Pacific- Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre

South Pacific spins a romantic tale of love and loss on a tropical island naval base during World War II as two couples – U.S. Navy nurse Nellie Forbush and French plantation owner and Emile de Becque and Lt. Joe Cable and a young local native girl fall in love. Many songs are considered the finest classics such as Some Enchanted Evening, Younger Than Springtime, Bali Ha’i and more!

Contact (717) 898-1900
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
510 Centerville Road
Lancaster, PA 17601

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